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The Columbia University FinTech Lab will provide increased financial literacy for students and non-technical risk managers through the industry’s first freely available, open source analytics engine and visualization tool.
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“Starting now, foundations and donors of all types should be speaking up and talking about the ways our communities benefit from grant makers of all sizes and types,” writes Nonprofit Management instructor Henry Berman.
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The latest news and accomplishments from the faculty and community in the School of Professional Studies' American Language Program.
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